A discussion with social worker Lauren Menkes and Danielle Lambert, Behavioral Health Manager.
As COVID-19 regulations are easing to allow businesses and schools to reopen, many people are experiencing anxiety. It’s what’s being called “reentry anxiety.” In this Second Opinion, Englewood Health social worker, Lauren Menkes, talks with Behavioral Health Manager Danielle Lambert about this stressful time and what measures you can take to ease anxiety. Their first message, fear and anxiety are normal during this unprecedented pandemic. Ms. Lambert has advice on how to assess your comfort level going to reopened places and why it’s so important to keep open channels of communication with family and friends. And don’t forget to take care of yourself — eating nutritious food and getting good exercise! Remember, we are going to get through this together!
Published on August 29, 2020